Shaun Wane has said that coaching in the NRL is still something he is “desperate” to do.
The England coach, who recently agreed to a new deal until the end of 2022, has said that coaching in the NRL is still something he desires to accomplish.
The former player led Wigan Warriors to Challenge Cup, League Leaders’ Shield and World Club Challenge success, as well as two Super League Grand Final triumphs during his seven year spell in charge at the club.
He told Sky Sports: “When I finished at Wigan, I had two things that I was desperate to do and that was coach England and coach in the NRL and that desire is still there.
“I’ve got the England job and I’m so happy and I’m living the dream for a proud Englishman, this is me. I’m really happy and I’m going to see it out, but one day I do want to go to the NRL.
“I know I can do something there, and I want to prove myself and it’s something which I’m desperate to do. At the minute, I’m just enjoying these Super League games and making sure we’re getting our England players firing.”